LEGAL-ENGLISH FOR PROFESSIONALS
The TOLES Higher Legal-English course is customised to CEFR1levels B2-C1 and is the perfect preparation for study at TOLES Advanced level.
It includes the TOLES Higher study materials, online reading and audio lectures, and a digital learning platform for exercise and assessment of language skills.
The examination consists in a Reading and Writing paper, and a Listening paper. It focuses on terminologies used in Commercial Law, rather than legal knowledge.
The language covered in the exam syllabus includes vocabulary, grammar, syntax, and style encountered in documents or discussions pertaining to contracts, negotiations, real estate, tort, intellectual property, litigation, employment law, insolvency, and a wide range of subjects to do with Common and Commercial Law.
Elcox is a registered TOLES training centre that delivers online customised distance learning courses, guided-study assignments, exam preparation, and private tuition.
Course methodology is modelled on study at the University of Oxford, and entails prescribed reading and listening, written argument, and one-to-one private tuition.
Apply for a TOLES Higher course, complete a free online Legal-English placement test, and request a talk with a tutor for feedback, grading, and best advice.
Legal-English alumni attest to the outstanding value of our online one-to-one tuition, which promotes understanding of how Legal-Enlish is used in the work place.
The course is modular, to fit in with your study plans, and your cusomised work assignments will be designed to match your professional interests.
TOLES is recognised by firms and institutions that include Allen & Overy, Baker McKenzie, Bruckhaus Deringer, Daimler, Deutsche Bundesbank, DuPont, European Central Bank, European Court of Justice, Freshfields, Law Society of England and Wales, KPMG, Linklaters, PwC, QAPCO, Qatar Steel, Siemens, and Sony Mobile.
This cost-effective private online distance learning course will save you the time, money, and inconvenience of attending a conventional group language class.
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